Monarto Zoo, 35 minutes from Langhorne Creek is one of the largest open-range zoos in the world spanning more than 1,500 hectares and is home to more than 50 species of exotic and native mammals, birds and reptiles.
Explore our area
From the largest open-range zoo in the world at Monarto to the stunning surf beaches and historic wharf precinct of Goolwa, a wealth of adventure is waiting for you within a 40 minute drive from Langhorne Creek.
Experience the hidden treasures of Langhorne Creek while being transported in air-conditioned comfort.
Choose from our 11 passenger Toyota bus for group tours or a more intimate experience in the comfort of our Holden Caprice sedan.
Pick up is available from most areas including Adelaide.
Please contact us also for airport transfers, family functions or any special occasion.
Office: 8537 3316
Mobile: 0418 825 913
Juggle House Experiences
As Master Jugglers, we can design and host your next Langhorne Creek adventure. Your charter is led by your own personal chauffeur and local tour host on board the impressive and comfortable vehicles ‘Hyundai Staria’ 7 seater or ‘Entertainer Limo’ 11 seater. Click the link below to watch Hayley from Adelady TV feature our ‘Langhorne Creek & Antiques’ tour! Or you can check online for our ‘Airport Transfers’ or ‘Create Your Cruise’ for your special occasion.
Mobile: 0488 697 308
South Coast Wine Train
Enjoy rail travel from yesteryear with a few wines from today, the South Coast Wine Train tour travels along the heritage railway from Mount Barker to Strathalbyn and onward to the South Coast and Murray River Port of Goolwa on the Fleurieu Peninsula.
Along the journey guests enjoy the opportunity to tour the nearby cellar doors and vineyards at Langhorne Creek, Currency Creek and the Southern Fleurieu wine regions.
Regular tour departures and charters to Langhorne Creek from Adelaide are available.
Phone: 0439 627 107
In 30 minutes you can be in Goolwa, a historic port town at the end of the Murray river. Goolwa is the gateway to the Coorong and the south coast towns of Port Elliot and Victor Harbor. Summer is for surfing, boating, swimming and fishing, and winter is for whale watching on this picturesque coastline. Book a trip on the cockle train steam engine or take a cruise on the PS Oscar W paddle steamer.
Strathalbyn is one of the prettiest towns in South Australia. It has maintained its charm and village-like setting and is a thriving heritage listed country town. It offers a wide variety of shopping and events and some of the best food, wine and recreation in the State.
The quaint town of Milang is on the border of the Langhorne Creek Wine Region. Once a thriving river port in the days of paddlesteamers ploughing the river, it is now a sleepy lakeside village.
Milang’s mild winter days and cool summers make it ideal for holidays all year round. It is perfect for sailing, windsurfing and fishing or to just put your feet up and relax. Pack your binoculars as the lake’s shores provide excellent bird watching.
Langhorne Creek is flat with wide roads (sometimes dirt) with open verges. Following alongside vineyards under canopies of historic river red-gums, the region is perfect for cycling between wineries.
One suggested 14 km route takes in 5 wineries and starts and ends at Lake Breeze. This route visits Lake Breeze, Bleasdale, Bremerton, The Winehouse, Kimbolton Wines, Rusticana wines with Newman’s Horseradish and also passes the Bridge Hotel.
The ride should take 42 minutes plus stoppage time at wineries. Take a look at the suggested route HERE